Samsung Launches One-touch Laser Printers

2010-12-17 11:08:15

Published on 2010-12-17 11:08:15

Printer ink supplier Samsung has launched three new monochrome laser printers.

The firm said its ML-1860, ML-1865 and ML-1865W devices offer users an "intuitive" printing experience thanks to the use of several one-touch features.

They also incorporate a number of environmentally-friendly tools, making them ideal for personal, home office and small office customers, Samsung said.

The ML-1860 and ML-1865 include the Samsung Print Screen button, which enables users to print out exactly what they see on their PC screen at the touch of a button – saving paper and toner.

Similarly, the ML-1865W is a wireless model that includes a one-touch setting to make the set-up of a wireless connection smooth and functional.

Users can also select, drag and drop specific content from webpages, transfer it to a blank webpage, then either save or print using Samsung's AnyWeb Print tool. This enables customers to print just what they really need, instead of printing several unnecessary documents.

"Samsung understands that consumers don't want to wait for their prints or waste paper and toner," said Anne-Marie McGarry, the firm's product marketing manager.

"That is why this range of easy to use one-touch devices not only allows consumers to easily print what they want, when they want, they can also save paper and toner."

Recently, Samsung announced that people who buy one of its Galaxy Tab devices before Christmas will receive with it an entertainment package worth £200.

Posted by Canzil Ahmed.

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